Professor James Dooley holds a BSc in Microbiology from the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) in 1982 and a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Victoria, Canada in 1988.
He undertook postdoctoral research at the Moredun Research Institute, Edinburgh from 1988-1990 prior to taking up a lectureship in medical microbiology at Ulster University. He was appointed Professor of Microbiology in 2007.
James has over 25 years experience of research and teaching in microbiology with a focus on infectious diseases of man and animals.
He has published over 85 primary research papers along with numerous reviews, book chapters, editorials and meeting abstracts (H-index 25).
James has successfully supervised over 20 PhD students and eight MRes students.
He is a member of the editorial board for the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology and regular reviewer for five other journals in the field of microbiology and infectious disease. He provides reviews of grant applications for Welcome Trust, EU Horizon 2020, BBSRC and a variety of other research funding agencies and charities.
|Water treatment processes and antibiotic resistance Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 7 February 2020||View Details|
|Harnessing the communication machinery of antibiotic resistant, gastrointestinal bacteria to develop novel pathogen detection strategies Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 7 February 2020||View Details|
|Ecology and evolution of antibiotic resistance in aquatic environments Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 7 February 2020||View Details|
|High performance athletes: assessing the developing role of microbiological knowledge and the gut microbiome in elite sport Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 7 February 2020||View Details|